How many times is John Wick thinkin' he's back? Mr. Wick is in an extremely tight spot in the upcoming John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum, but it sounds like he probably makes it out alive. Is that a spoiler alert or pretty much a given? Maybe it's a misdirect. We won't know until the movie opens in May, but Keanu Reeves said he's up for making as many more John Wick movies as you want:
So this is up to YOU, dear ticket-buyer. Keanu Reeves' John Wick 3 co-star Ian McShane recently said he could see John Wick continuing for another 10 years. So, yeah, that sounds like a good sign for John Wick 4. There's also that TV show following The Continental supposedly coming to Starz, but it's been a while since we got any solid updates.
Keanu Reeves shared his "as far as the audience wants to go" quotes with GQ, in the same interview where he talked about being put in movie jail after rejecting Speed 2. (He deserved a medal for that decision.)
Keanu also recently recapped the previous two John Wick movies, in case you're not up-to-speed on the wife-and-puppy love that brought his hitman out of retirement, and the global contract out on his life that currently has him on the run. Reeves explained the existential crisis at work in John Wick:
The John Wick films are directed by Chad Stahelski, who first met Keanu when working as the actor's stunt double in The Matrix movies. Stahelski praised 54-year-old Reeves' commitment to his roles:
I can see Keanu Reeves continuing that mental fortitude through more John Wick movies, but the box office and reception for John Wick 3 will certainly play a role. The early opening weekend estimates aren't too shabby, but I think they're too low. We'll see.
For now, you can watch a full scene from John Wick 3, with John trying to keep his new dog safe at The Continental hotel while John continues to run for his own life. Keanu Reeves previously said he wanted two specific things to be in Parabellum, and he got them both. He also apparently got a lot of rain, since the New York clips are just drenched. But we will get to see John Wick dry out in the desert with Halle Berry's Sofia.
Gina grew up in Massachusetts and California in her own version of The Parent Trap. She went to three different middle schools, four high schools, and three universities -- including half a year in Perth, Western Australia. She currently lives in a small town in Maine, the kind Stephen King regularly sets terrible things in, so this may be the last you hear from her.
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